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Title: Charles Allen Thorndike Rice to Walt Whitman, 21 January 1881

Date: January 21, 1881

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Location: Yale Collection of American Literature, Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library

Whitman Archive ID: yal.00300

Contributors to digital file: Vince Moran, Eder Jaramillo, Grace Thomas, Nicole Gray, and Stefan Schöberlein



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THE NORTH AMERICAN REVIEW,
NEW YORK, N. Y.
Jan 21 1881

Walt Whitman
My dear Sir

Permit me to thank you on behalf of the readers of the Review for the singularly interesting and valuable article you contribute to the February number. With the cooperation of yourself and other American thinkers of the first [note?], the Review must become indeed a necessity for every thinking man in America. I hope to be able to afford to the readers of the Review frequent opportunity of being instructed by you

I am my dear sir yours vey truly
A Thorndike Rice


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